In late winter 2017, the Bodwéwadmi Ktëgan (Potawatomi Farm) started at the former red deer ranch in Blackwell, WI. The mission is to provide a natural, sustainable source of vegetables, fruits, greens, fish and animal proteins to the tribal community. To accomplish this, we have:
- Built 3 high tunnels which allow crops to be planted earlier and stay in the ground later than our northern climate would usually allow
- Planted an orchard containing apple, pear, and plum trees
- Brought in pigs and beef cattle
- Brought in chickens and turkeys which are housed in mobile coops, so we can rotate them in our fields and orchard to eat the insect pests off our crops
- Planted raspberries, blueberries, and honeyberries
- Brought in honeybees to pollinate our crops and provide honey
And our expansion plans are always growing.
- Picking now: zucchini, cucumbers, tomatoes, kale, beans, cabbage, rutabaga, carrots, beets, broccoli, parsnips, potatoes
- We are having a bumper crop of zucchini and tomatoes this year!
- Our ever-bearing strawberries finally stopped producing fruit at the end of August
- We are expecting 3 litters of piglets, which means we will be keeping some pigs over the winter.
Beef and pork are available!
Call or text to arrange pick up
715-889-0017 or 715-889-2836
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